Second album from Barzel, fueled as always by the cause of militant Zionism. Whereas the first album felt like a historical overview of the topic (complete with sampled excerpts from documentaries and political speeches), "Born to Destroy Amalek" is much more aggressive, confrontational and personal, like stepping into the mind of a Hebron settler clutching his M-16. The emphasis on more ferocious vocals and heavy power electronics drives this point across, with samples of threats of violence becoming vengeful mantras. Beneath the Biblical references of the titles, the antagonism is real. This is the sound of unforgiving siege mentality, for those who can stomach it.